Synonyms of underpin in English:

underpin


See definition of underpin

verb

1‘construction workers were underpinning the 300-year-old listed building in the High Street’

SYNONYMS
support, shore up, prop up, hold up, buttress, carry, bear, brace
strengthen, reinforce, fortify
archaic underprop

2‘this partnership will underpin the long-term financial health of global cricket’

SYNONYMS
promote, nurture, encourage, stimulate, develop, foster, cultivate, further, advance, boost, forward, contribute to, be conducive to, assist, help, aid, abet, strengthen, advantage, fuel
ANTONYMS

hinder